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Pacific viewers yet to see any Australian television programs, a year after commercial TV deal announced

Australia is yet to decide what commercial television programs it will send to Pacific broadcasters a year after the government announced a $17 million deal.
SBS - Published

Sweeping changes to HSC and syllabus proposed by government review

The first curriuclum review in 30 years has proposed major changes to the HSC, a back-to-basics focus in primary and restructuring the syllabus around age not stage
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Editorial cartoon

The day's burning issues as seen through the eyes of our cartoonists.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Target and superquiz, Tuesday, October 22

Trivia buffs: test your knowledge with today's interactive superquiz and target.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

ICAC goes cap in hand for funding

Independent Commission Against Corruption boss Peter Hall QC is a man short on time.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Taking the piss: Right to party not animal rights comes first for racegoers

I live near the Randwick racecourse. Last weekend I found myself more interested in the races than usual.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

CBD Melbourne: Sutherland's journey from sandpaper to Sandbelt

It’s been a quiet 12 months for Cricket Australia’s former boss James Sutherland. But we can confirm his golf game is going from strength to strength
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •The Age

Take it from me, media freedom is too precious to take for granted

Media freedom is not a topic I would have expected to be something to be discussed in the way that it has been in Australia this year.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

White Ribbon urged to get back in touch with its community roots

Can the White Ribbon movement be salvaged from its corporate collapse? Those working with men to stop violence against women say it can.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

SBS World News bulletin: 21/10/19

SBS News wraps-up all the national and international news.
SBS - Published

At least 10 refugees remain in PNG despite Medevac approval

Up to 10 men in a Papua New Guinea detention camp are still waiting to be sent to Australia under medical transfer laws, senators have been told.
SBS - Published

Multicultural Australians may be given 'inequitable dementia care' due to language issues

Experts want multicultural Australians to be better included in dementia research and care.
SBS - Published

Migrant women gain freedom and friends by starting a business

Starting a new business can be daunting for anyone, but if you're a woman, a migrant and have little support it can be even more challenging.
SBS - Published

One Nation senator takes aim at BoM over climate change data

The head of Australia's weather agency has fended off questions from One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts suggesting the bureau changed data to fit a climate change narrative.
SBS - Published

PM’s department dodges questions on inviting Brian Houston to White House

Officials from the prime minister's department have argued that releasing details about suggested guests for the White House dinner could impact US relations.
SBS - Published

Students suspended, one rushed to hospital after incident at Perth high school

A teenager has been taken to hospital following an incident at a Perth high school.
Brisbane Times - Published

News Corp, QBE exit Business Council

The big business lobby, now presided over by former MYOB chief executive Tim Reed, has lost six members this year.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Six months on from the deadly Sri Lanka bombings, this Australian survivor is giving back

A twist of fate meant Haneke Manoharan survived the Easter bombings in Sri Lanka earlier this year without any physical scars. Now, she has set up a charity to help those who weren't as fortunate. "I..
SBS - Published

White House guest list may impact US ties

Officials from the prime minister's department have argued that releasing details about suggested guests for the White House dinner could impact US relations.
SBS - Published

Huang Xiangmo fights order to disclose worldwide assets

"Once the cat's out of the bag, it's out of the bag," the exiled billionaire's barrister told the Federal Court as he fights an order to disclose his worldwide assets.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'That's something only the FBI can do': police listened as trafficker told mate they weren't being bugged

 Kiam Fah Teng and Chin Kwang Lee were in Australia to receive 150 kilograms of heroin from North Korean cargo ship the Pong Su.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Perth high school student rushed to hospital with chest injuries

A teenager has been taken to hospital following an incident at a Perth high school.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

Luthier was in tune with Australian woods

Graham Caldersmith made distinctly Australian musical instruments in a discipline that depends largely on European traditions.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Sydney auction house under fire for selling 'sinister, grotesque' Nazi memorabilia

Items from Adolf Hitler's Germany will appear at an upcoming Australian auction.
SBS - Published

BoM forced to defend against One Nation’s claims it’s promoting climate change narrative

The head of Australia's weather agency has fended off questions from One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts suggesting the bureau changed data to fit a climate change narrative.
SBS - Published

From the Archives, 1950: Police raid Communist offices across Australia

In 1950, Commonwealth police staged simultaneous raids on Communist offices across the country, seizing large stacks of documents, literature and books.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Migrants keep our cemeteries alive as more Anglo-Australians turn to cremation

Would you prefer to be buried or cremated? Your decision is probably heavily influenced by your ancestry.
SBS - Published

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